New Delhi: Around 93.5 per cent people in the country believe that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government is handling the coronavirus outbreak effectively, a survey revealed on Thursday.
The central government had imposed a 21-day nation-wide lockdown on March 25, which was later extended till May 3.
According to the IANS-C-voter COVID-19 tracker, the number of people who laid trust on the Modi government on the first day of the lockdown was 76.8 but that has now increased to 93.5 per cent as of April 21.
In the survey, the statement — “I think the Indian government is handling the coronavirus (outbreak) well” — was put forth before people between March 16 to April 21 and their answers were sought.
On April 16, 75.8 per cent people said that they have faith in the government, but the percentage increased after the stringent curbs were imposed in the country.
Interestingly, overall confidence in the incumbent government saw a sharp rise on April 1. An 89.9 per cent people believed that the government is working well in comparison to March 31, when the percentage was 79.4.